Casa de Campo Offers Some of the Best Family Activities in the Dominican Republic

The landscape of kids’ clubs in the hospitality industry has undergone a significant transformation. Many hotels have introduced innovative offerings to win over their youngest clients. According to TTG, a prime example of this trend is the kids’ camp at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic.

Here, the replica 16th-century village, Altos de ChavĂłn, sparks children’s imaginations. The staff at our Dominican Republic family resort frequently organize visits to the Regional Archaeological Museum. Kids can explore artifacts of the Caribbean’s first Indigenous people through artistic workshops, storytelling, and educational tours.

The club caters to four age groups and offers a variety of activities, including origami, puppet art, and pony rides. The cost starts from $44 per half-day, but it is free for all-inclusive guests. This innovative approach to children’s entertainment demonstrates the evolving nature of kids’ clubs in the hospitality industry.

Family Activities at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic, La Romana

See the full list of 11 top resort kids’ clubs for 2024 on TTG.

 

Family Activities at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic, La Romana
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